Do you have a shock that has been visibly leaking out of the shaft or the nitrogen cap? Or have you noticed that your shock is starting to clunk when hitting bumps? These are a few signs that you have a leaky seal and it is time to rebuild your shock before more costly repairs are necessary.
During a shock rebuild, we replace all seals.
Just like your engine or transmission, shocks need to be serviced regularly to perform at their best. Shock oil can break down and seals can wear out after 2500 miles or so. We recommend having your shocks serviced on a regular basis to keep them performing at factory specs.
• Shocks are completely torn down and cleaned.
• Thorough inspection of shock for damage and/or wear.
• Install new seals, oil, and nitrogen recharge.
• Any worn out or broken parts can be replaced upon customer approval.
We can also rebuild and repair most FOX and Walker Evans shocks for Polaris, Can-Am, Honda, Kawasaki, Yamaha and Arctic Cat side x sides.
Shock with blown seal that needs to be rebuilt
Shock with damaged shaft